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What is the Attorney Breakfast Club? Seats Available!

Posted by on Apr 27, 2013 in Blog, Uncategorized | 0 comments

The Attorney Breakfast Club has the following seats available. For more information or to reserve your seat, please contact dina@abcfornetworking.com

Broward Chapter:

  • Immigration Attorney
  • Real Estate Attorney
  • Entertainment Attorney
  • Foreclosure Attorney
  • Worker’s Comp Law
  • International Business Attorney
  • Insurance Attorney
  • Traffic Attorney
  • Disability Attorney
  • Appellate Law
  • Employment Law
  • Family Law
  • Bankruptcy

Miami Dade Alpha:

  • Probate and Estate Law
  • Appellate Law
  • Tax Attorney
  • Traffic Attorney
  • Insurance Attorney
  • Disability Attorney
  • Foreclosure Law
  • Bankruptcy
  • Real Estate

Miami Dade Beta Chapter

  • Immigration Attorney
  • Real Estate Attorney
  • Entertainment Attorney
  • Foreclosure Attorney
  • Worker’s Comp Law
  • International Business Attorney
  • Insurance Attorney
  • Probate and Estate Law
  • Traffic Attorney
  • Disability Attorney
  • Corporate Law
  • Criminal Law

To reserve your seat, or to learn more, please contact Dina@abcfornetworking.com.

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Construction contract signatures: How many do you need?

Posted by on Sep 30, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/lienzone/~3/tsNYK2x_ASg/ target=_blank >Construction contract signatures: How many do you need?</a>

By Alexander Barthet

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The Ultimate International Law Guide for U.S. Judges–And Attorneys!

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

<a href=http://feeds.lexblog.com/~r/InternationalBusinessLawAdvisor/~3/l1UEZTaIJPI/ target=_blank >The Ultimate International Law Guide for U.S. Judges–And Attorneys!</a>

By Santiago A. Cueto

Several months ago I argued a case that centered on the finer points of forum non conveniens.

The issue comes-up regularly given the large number of international companies doing business here in Miami.

While my adversary and I had a firm grasp of the issues involved, the judge wanted to take some additional time to review the case law cited in our briefs before making a decision.

And that’s no surprise.

It can be difficult for a judge to keep up with all the nuances of international business litigation.

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The Ultimate International Law Guide for U.S. Judges–And Attorneys!

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

<a href=http://feeds.lexblog.com/~r/InternationalBusinessLawAdvisor/~3/l1UEZTaIJPI/ target=_blank >The Ultimate International Law Guide for U.S. Judges–And Attorneys!</a>

By Santiago A. Cueto

Several months ago I argued a case that centered on the finer points of forum non conveniens.

The issue comes-up regularly given the large number of international companies doing business here in Miami.

While my adversary and I had a firm grasp of the issues involved, the judge wanted to take some additional time to review the case law cited in our briefs before making a decision.

And that’s no surprise.

It can be difficult for a judge to keep up with all the nuances of international business litigation.

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Construction litigation: Determining the prevailing party

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

<a href=http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/lienzone/~3/9V89IectW_w/ target=_blank >Construction litigation: Determining the prevailing party</a>

By Alexander Barthet

Sometimes the legal fees and costs incurred in a case exceed the actual amounts being litigated. That is why the decision of who is the prevailing party in a case can become so very important.

Florida’s Supreme Court addressed this issue in an interesting construction case where homeowners building a new house deducted the cost of repairs occasioned by a contractor’s admitted mistake.Apparently, a worker had inadvertently stapled some existing electrical wires when installing insulation in the homeowner’s attic. The trial court entered judgment awarding the insulation contractor $1,525, the net amount of its final bill after deducting the repair cost for its mistake. It also determined that the homeowners were the prevailing party and awarded them attorney’s fees of $55,982 and costs of $4,016.67. The District Court of Appeal reversed and certified this to the Supreme Court as a question of great public importance. The state’s highest court found that the prevailing party in such a case must be the litigant who prevails on the significant issues of a case.

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Entertainment Lawyer | Two Copyrights of Recorded Music: Intro

Posted by on Sep 23, 2014 in Blog | 0 comments

By Barry Chase

Ask the Entertainment Lawyer: “What is a Copyright?” “What is a copyright?” is one of the most common questions amongst artists and inte […]

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